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Careers England Newsletter: Issue 156
November 3, 2020
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National Careers Service – Open Letter to Gillian Keegan
Careers England has held a number of meetings with National Careers Service providers, and separately with Department for Education (DfE) and Education & Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), to lobby for changes to improve the way the NCS is able to respond to the growing need of people affected by the pandemic, and step up to the challenges and opportunities of the extra £32M invested in it by the government. The meetings with civil servants and officers, whilst helpful, brought about minor changes to NCS delivery rules. A further step, taken in collaboration with the Career Development Policy Group, resulted in the open letter to the Minister below:

https://www.careersengland.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Dear-Gillian-Keegan-Open-lettter-final-2-page.pdf


DfE Update
White Paper
Meetings were held with DfE  to learn more about the forthcoming White Paper on Further Education, expected in the autumn. It is expected that careers guidance will feature prominently in the White Paper. Careers England will continue to lobby the Department to provide access to personal guidance for young people and adults and for this to be reflected in the revised Careers Strategy, which is believed to be covered in the White Paper.  

NEET Board
DfE recently established an internal Government advisory board on NEET, chaired by Gillian Hillier, Director, Careers and Further Education, DfE. Careers England has proposed, and offered to provide, external stakeholder input to the work of the Board. At this stage the Board is still forming and the DfE advised that as yet, it has not considered, nor ruled out,  external views. Careers England will follow the work of the Board and seek to influence its agenda based on the needs of young people as evidenced through the work of Careers England members. The Careers England Board will consider the formation of a NEET focused Task Group to support this work.


Action for Careers England Members:- Pay Index Survey on Networking for Young People
Careers England has been approached by the Pay Index to help with the distribution of an online questionnaire designed to gauge the awareness and understanding among young people aged 13-25  of the benefits of networking. 
Members are requested to share this survey with service users, schools and colleges to aid the research. The survey will be active during November 2020:
https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=Sm-g5cQeAU2Pc-fdFfJhNLg4cuJofONAhf_wF_rkz7pUOUtOVlNIWlJaSzNEOVMwSEFHVEZSVjVEMy4u

Virtual International Education and Careers conference links – Careers England items
 
Members will recall from previous newsletters that Careers England was invited to participate and contribute to the October virtual conference run by Deirdre Hughes, DMH Associates, and The Edge Foundation. The conference, which covered a range of careers issues and topics of interest to a global audience, was very well subscribed. Two key contributions of particular note to Careers England are in the links below.

https://dmhassociates.org/1245-1345-why-inclusion-is-integral-to-reskilling-britain-and-our-long-term-recovery
 
https://dmhassociates.org/digital-delegate-toolkit
 
Task group information
No updates from task groups for this month’s newsletter.
News from across the sector

Careers and Enterprise Company – New CEO  appointment
Oli de Botton joins the CEC from his position as Headteacher and co-founder of School 21 in Stratford, East London. School 21 is widely recognised for its pioneering work with employers including its strong focus on enterprise and work readiness as part of its curriculum learning and in the way it interacts with students. The news release provides more detail including the following short statement from Oli about his appointment;

Changes at the National Careers Service
 Joe Billington, current Deputy Director: National Careers Service at the Education and Skills Funding Agency is moving on to a position within the DfE FE policy team. Joe will be replaced by Louise Proctor, Joe’s effective deputy.

Careers England will continue to meet with Louise in her new role to represent the provider base regarding NCS and other ESFA funded careers guidance activities.
Information, consultations and resources
‘Scarred for life’
Sage experts warn of impact of Covid policies on the young
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2020/oct/20/sage-experts-warn-of-impact-of-covid-policies-on-young-generation-z-harm-pandemic-coronavirus?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other

Youth Report: A Million Reasons to Act – Alliance for Full EmploymentFormer Prime Minister Gordon Brown has called for a UK-wide jobs summit as youth unemployment amid the coronavirus economic crisis is set to rocket and one million young people are predicted to be out of work by November 1st.

The former Labour Prime Minister last month formed the ‘Alliance for Full Employment’ with representatives from across the regions and nations of the United Kingdom.The AFFE has now released a report on research finding that as many as one million young people will be unemployed by the turn of the month, and a total of 1.5 million youth placements will be needed over the next year.
https://secureservercdn.net/160.153.137.40/ope.c3a.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Youth-Unemployment-Who-will-Need-Help-and-Policy-Design.pdf

The College of the Future Report
This report from the College of the Future Commission calls for every adult to have the right to lifetime education and training, with colleges better supported to deliver this in every community across the UK.
https://www.collegecommission.co.uk/final-report-uk
 
Ofsted News – Issue 91 – June 2020
July 2, 2020
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Sections

COVID-19 updates
Ofsted: COVID-19 rolling update – This sets out our guidance and information relating to COVID-19 (coronavirus) for schools, early years, children’s social care and further education and skills providers. We are updating it regularly. If you need to see what we’ve added since you last checked it, you can select ‘history‘ on the page and this lists all the updates.

All Ofsted
Ofsted pen portraits of Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMIs) – Updated HMI pen portraits for the South East, North West, West Midlands and London.

Schools
New teacher training inspections to focus on the initial teacher education (ITE) curriculum – Ofsted publishes a new ITE framework and handbook bringing ITE inspections in line with the education inspection framework (EIF). The outcome of the recent consultation and an updated equality, diversity and inclusion statement have also been published.
Ofsted wins landmark prosecution case of school that breached conditions – A school, prohibited from admitting more students, was found in breach of its operating conditions and fined at Luton Magistrates’ Court on 27 May.
State-funded school inspections and outcomes: management information – Published management information as at 31 May 2020.

Children’s social care
What Ofsted means by a serious incident – Guidance for social care providers on what we mean by a serious incident and what you need to tell us about. We have also updated the ‘reporting an incident’ paper forms to online forms.
Register as a provider of children’s social care services – Removed the ‘Social care online applications: information for applicants’ document as the guidance is no longer relevant. This follows the release of updated SC1SC2 and SC3 forms.
Ofsted’s social care blog: Secure children’s homes – helping the most vulnerable children – Ofsted’s Senior Officer for the Secure Estate, Shaun Common, discusses secure children’s homes.

Further education and skills
News story: Ofsted to review students’ and apprentices’ online further education experience – Ofsted is carrying out an exploratory review of the quality of learners’ experiences of online education in further education and skills settings during the COVID-19-affected summer term.
Further education and skills inspections and outcomes as at 29 February 2020 – Data for inspections and outcomes as at 29 February 2020 including data for inspections carried out between 1 September 2019 and 29 February 2020.

Early years and childcare
Childminders: tell Ofsted about adults leaving the home – You must tell Ofsted when anyone aged 16 or over stops living or working in the home where you look after children.
Consented addresses for childminders and domestic childcare – Updated consented addresses for childminders and domestic childcare as at 31 May 2020.
Childcare providers and inspections as at 31 March 2020 – This release includes registered childcare providers and places, inspection outcomes, and joiners and leavers as at 31 March 2020.

DWP Coronavirus Touchbase Special – 24 April 2020
April 20, 2020
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Roundup of recent DWP announcements  
Update on Universal Credit Claims 
More than 1.5 million new claims have been made to Universal Credit since 1 March 2020. People who made their claims when lockdown first began started to receive payments from 22 April, with 93% of people forecast to receive their payments in full and on time. Where people haven’t been paid, it is often due to the claimant needing to provide information, such as a correct bank account number, and DWP staff will attempt to contact claimants to fill in any blanks. The latest figures also show that in the four-week period to 12 April over 513,000 advances were paid to those urgently in need of money. More information and guidance about Universal Credit can be found on the Understanding Universal Credit website. Neil Couling, DWP Change Director General and Senior Responsible Owner for Universal Credit has also written a blog on how we’re delivering support. 
Video relay service for Universal Credit 
Video Relay Service (VRS) has now been extended to customers claiming Universal Credit. Over the coming months VRS will be further extended into all DWP services. VRS is already available for British Sign Language (BSL) people who claim DWP disability benefits as well as Access to Work. VRS enables BSL people to contact DWP via a BSL interpreter. The customer uses a video link accessed through their own computer, smartphone or tablet. The interpreter will then speak to a DWP agent relaying the conversation by phone. There is no need for anyone to be in the same location and the customer does not have to book the service in advance. This means that the customer and DWP agent can have a telephone conversation in real time. Find out more   
New Style Employment and Support Allowance Online Claims 
People can now apply for New Style Employment and Support Allowance online, where they are not already claiming Universal Credit. Making an application online instead of over the phone should streamline the process to allow greater access to claimants and speed up processing times. People who are unable to use the new online service can continue to make an application over the phone and the normal reasonable adjustment process continues to apply for those who need it, for example using Braille or large print communications. For anyone who has applied for Universal Credit, or is already receiving Universal Credit, they should sign in to their Universal Credit account and use their online journal to inform their work coach or case manager about applying for New Style Employment and Support Allowance.  More information is on GOV.UK
Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme 
The Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme is now open for applications. Employers can claim online for a grant for 80% of their furloughed employees’ salaries, up to a maximum of £2,500 per employee, per month. A simple, step-by-step guide is available for employers on GOV.UK
Support for Domestic Abuse Victims 
The Home Office has launched a new campaign to raise awareness of the support available to domestic abuse victims and those around them during Covid-19. A partner pack is available including social media assets, leaflets and posters. Please help us reach as many people as possible by sharing this material through your channels.  
Careers England: Newsletter 149
April 16, 2020
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Covid-19 response
It’s a very challenging time for organisations who rely on the delivery of face to face services. We’ve been lobbying the government to support careers organisations at this crucial time. Here’s some additional work we’ve been doing to support our members:Published an article on rethinking payment-by-results outlining our position on relaxing the current funding rules – a message we are advocating to ESFA and the National Careers Service Published a press release on time for reflection signposting people to the National Careers Service and highlighting the important role careers guidance has to play in uncertain timesSubmitted evidence to the Education Select Committee’s Covid-19 inquiry on the business implications for careers companies – we encourage members to do the same. 

We’re recruiting!
The Board of Careers England are looking to appoint a new Executive Director following the current post holder’s retirement. All details are available on our website.

New members
We are very pleased to announce that two of our longstanding partners; The Career Development Institute (CDI) and The Careers & Enterprise Company are now members of Careers England. Now more than ever it’s vital that the sector pulls together and we hope to be able to achieve more through this strengthened partnership. 

New Labour cabinet
Keir Starmer has been announced as Labour’s new leader, and he has wasted no time in appointing the shadow cabinet. Angela Rayner MP has been promoted from shadow education secreatry to shadow first secretary of state. Rebecca Long-Bailey has been appointed as Rayner’s replacement and you can find out about her via this FE Week rundown.  
Task group information
Our position paper on employer and community engagement is now available on our website. Please share with your networks to remind people of the strong partnerships that take place to enable high quality careers education. Thank you to our task group members for developing the paper.
News from across the sector
School closures are a catalyst for much needed reform – Schools Week

‘Recruitment is on hold’ – the students graduating into the Covid-19 recession – The Guardian

Teachers to grade students for cancelled exams – BBC

Awarding Vocational and Technical Qualifications this summer – Gov.uk

Full steam ahead as T Level qualification content launched – FE Week

Employers urge DfE to protect FE sector – TES
Information, consultations and resources
Covid-19 resources
ERSA has pulled together resources for the sector in its employability resource hub, which includes useful links for businesses, charities and a range of guidance and support. 

Youth Futures Foundation grants
The Youth Futures Foundation has launched its rolling grants programme for organisations working with people aged 14 – 24. The foundation is also looking into emergency funding to support organisations through Covid-19.  

Labour market impact of Covid-19
The Institute of Employment Studies has launched a new report Getting Back to Work: Dealing with the labour market impacts of the Covid-19 recessionwhich looks at unemployment rates vs lockdown, and how the economy might recover.

Pathway Planner Tool: Information & Resources
Careerpilot in collaboration with the Careers and Enterprise Company have developed an electronic triage tool that will help staff in schools and colleges to prioritise personal guidance. Following a pilot of the model in six schools the tool is now ready to be launched across the region. The Careerpilot Pathway Planner Tool will allow staff to:
Access resources to help students prepare for guidance
Assess student guidance needs through the electronic triage tool
Prioritise student personal guidance on basis of triage results
Record bookings & write up results of personal guidance sessions
View a timeline to evidence student need, intervention and progression
Help meet the requirements of Gatsby 3 and Gatsby 8.
Conferences, events and training
Save the date – Careers Summit 2020
This year’s Careers Summit will take place on 5th November – please hold the date in your diary and watch this space for further information.  
Careers England: Newsletter 148
February 18, 2020
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Cabinet reshuffle
Gavin Williamson will continue in his role as education secretary following a cabinet reshuffle, alongside Schools Minister Nick Gibb. Michele Donelan joins the department as Universities Minister, taking over from Chris Skidmore who was dismissed. Other new additions to the education team include Vicky Ford, Gillian Keegan and Baroness Elizabeth Berridge. Lord Agnew, who was responsible for delivery of the careers strategy, has moved to the Cabinet Office, while Baroness Alison Wolf – famous for the Wolf report – has been appointed skills adviser at Number 10.  Elsewhere, Chancellor Sajid David has resigned after a ‘power-struggle’ with Boris Johnson. He has been replaced by former chief secretary to the Treasury, Rishi Sunak. Robert Halfon has been re-elected as Education Select Committee Chair; the new members of which can be found here. 

Commitment to ESF replacement fund
The government has announced its intention to introduce the UK Shared Prosperity fund by April 2021, to replace the European Social Fund. The article on the Conservative party website states that the fund will be designed to support the most vulnerable. But London Councils warns the move may disadvantage Londoners, and calls for devolution of budgets. 

Save the date – Careers Summit 2020
This year’s Careers Summit will take place on 5th November – please hold the date in your diary and watch this space for further information.  
Task group information.
Our position paper developed by the personal guidance task group is now available online on our website. Please share the paper with your networks.
 
Look out for our next position paper on employer and community engagement which is currently in development. 
News from across the sector
Leave apprenticeship levy alone, urge employers – TES

Universities still fail to give three quarters of places to state school pupils, despite demands of ministers and regulator – Independent

UCAS boosts advice with information from Which? University – UCAS

Over 500 lecturers to come from industry as part of £24m package boost – FE Week

Education Secretary calls on sector to support UK WorldSkills bid – FE Week

T Levels – what are they and who is going to study them? – BBC
Information, consultations and resources
Financial Times resources
The Financial Times has a range of free resources and are looking to add to the collection. To give you a flavour of what’s on offer, there’s a free schools access programme here and a regular careers ‘agony aunt‘. They have requested ideas for the sorts of specific articles that would be relevant for careers leads – please send any suggestions to steve.stewart@careersengland.org.uk 

Apprenticeships 
The think tank EDSK has published a highly critical report on the apprenticeship levy claiming that it is mainly be used to fund existing courses that are repackaged, particularly at management level. It proposes level 3 apprenticeships only that are solely regulated by Ofsted.

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has published the findings of the annual Apprenticeship Pay Survey. The survey covers England, Scotland and Wales and findings are reported both by nation and combined as Great Britain. The reports include comparisons of pay and conditions for apprenticeships between 2016 and 2018, which is particularly interesting for England because of the significant reforms since 2017.

Overall, basic hourly pay for level 2 and level 3 apprenticeships has increased from 2016 (median basic pay is now £7.10 an hour). The median basic pay in England is lower than the Great Britain average at £6.95 but does still show an increase from the 2016 level. The basic hourly pay for apprentices at level 4 and above has also risen in Great Britain (median of £10.94) and England (median of £11.07).

The findings reveal large differences in basic hourly pay by framework/standards across Great Britain with the basic hourly pay figure for level 2 and level 3 apprentices lowest for Hairdressing (£3.70 median). Basic hourly pay rates increased for nearly all level 2 and 3 apprenticeships. The is the Customer Service framework/standard, where basic hourly pay has decreased.

The report suggests some change to the routes for entry to apprenticeships. In England, 53% of level 2 and 3 apprentices surveyed had already been working for their employer, compared to 64% in 2016. In contrast, the proportion of apprentices surveyed in Wales that were already working for their employer increased slightly from 71 per cent to 74 per cent. The figures for Scotland were similar for 2016 and 2018.

Local Skills Deficit – Learning and Work Institute
A new report commissioned by the Local Government Association and conducted by the Learning and Work Institute provides some fascinating insights into what skills gaps might exist in England over the next ten years. The report takes an innovative approach, modelling potential skills gaps in eight different areas (Essex, Southend and Thurrock; Nottingham City; Staffordshire; Gloucestershire; Greater Lincolnshire; Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark; North of Tyne; Southampton and Portsmouth) to provide data both on these localities and on England as a whole.

The picture at the national level is bleak, with six million people projected to be out of work or in a job that they are overqualified for by 2030. The findings estimate a potential national deficit of 2.5 million highly skilled people by 2030, which could lead to a £120 billion loss in economic output.

The findings illustrated here indicate that urgent action is required to address the skills gap. The differences in skills shortages across the eight areas studied suggest the need for some local devolution as part of a broader programme of reform and investment to enhance overall skill and productivity levels.
Conferences, events and training

IEP Summit – 5th March, London 
The Institute of Employability Professionals Summit 2020 is based on the future of work and covers the emerging labour market and associated delivery challenges. More info and book here.

Free Quality in Careers Standard events
Interested in achieving the Quality in Careers Standard? Find out more via three free events in March. Hear from schools and colleges who have achieved the standard – events taking place in Newcastle, Birmingham and Bristol

National career guidance shows 2020
The National Career Guidance Shows are the only free to attend series of conventions for people passionate about careers and will arm visitors with the resources necessary to support and prepare young people and other job seekers, so that they can make a smooth transition from education, training or unemployment into working life. Visit for free – book your place now.
Ofsted News: Issue 84 – October 2019
November 4, 2019
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See the latest Ofsted Newsletter below.

Sections

All Ofsted
Ofsted’s education blog: What is peer-on-peer abuse? – Ofsted’s Sean Harford, National Director for Education, and Yvette Stanley, National Director for Social Care, discuss peer-on-peer abuse: what it is, what schools should be doing when it happens and how we’ve trained our inspectors to recognise it.
Ofsted pen portraits of Her Majesty’s Inspectors (HMIs) – Updated the national lead for mathematics – Emma Gregory.

Schools
Three convicted of running an illegal school – Local authorities were misled into paying thousands of pounds of public money for children to be educated in an unsafe unregistered school, following Ofsted’s investigation.
Home education: a choice or last resort? – Home education is often being chosen by parents of children with complex needs as a last resort. Read our full home education report.
HMCI commentary: the initial teacher education (ITE) curriculum – Ofsted’s Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, discusses upcoming changes to how we inspect ITE partnerships. Read our ITE curriculum literature review.
Ofsted’s education blog: ‘Deep diving’ in small schools – Mike Sheridan, Ofsted’s Regional Director for London, talks about the new education inspection framework (EIF) and how we’ll inspect the curriculum in the smallest schools.
Video: Matthew Purves and James Bowen in conversation – Matthew Purves, Ofsted’s Deputy Director, Schools, talks with James Bowen, Director of NAHT Edge, about school inspection and deep dives.
School inspection data summary report (IDSR) guide – This guide gives an overview of the data contained in the primary IDSR and information to help interpret the charts.
Inspecting non-association independent schools – Updated guidance with details of the EIF.
Independent schools inspection handbook – Updated with minor changes following the launch of the EIF.
Additional inspections of independent schools: handbook for inspectors – Minor updates to reflect the EIF and independent schools handbook.
State-funded school inspections and outcomes: management information – Published management information as at 30 September 2019. Also, updated table one on the excel files for June, July and August 2019 to correct the percentage of schools at each overall effective grade for North East, Yorkshire and the Humber.

Social care
Surveillance and monitoring in residential childcare settings – Information for providers and managers on the use of surveillance, including CCTV, in their residential childcare settings and how Ofsted will evaluate its use.
Ofsted’s social care blog: The Care Experienced Conference – Yvette Stanley, Ofsted’s National Director for Social Care, discusses the Care Experienced Conference reports.
Ofsted’s social care blog: Kinship care: what are the issues? – Yvette Stanley reflects on two recent survey reports of kinship carers’ views.
Ofsted’s social care blog: National Adoption Week 2019 – a time for celebration, and reflection – Yvette Stanley talks about the importance of adoption and how we look at it on our inspections.

Further education and skills
What does the new education inspection framework mean for further education and skills providers? – Ofsted’s Deputy Director for Further Education and Skills, Paul Joyce, talks about what the new EIF means for further education and skills providers.

Early years and childcare
Consented addresses for childminders and domestic childcare – Updated consented addresses for childminders and domestic childcare as at 30 September 2019.
Childcare providers and inspections as at 31 March 2019 – The Excel charts and tables file has been republished for this release. A minor change has been made in the underlying formulae in Table 2. This corrects an error affecting the filters for this table. This amendment has not changed the underlying data for this release. This is also the case for the 31 August 2018 release and the 31 December 2018 release.

Careers England Newsletter
October 15, 2019
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Ofsted News: Issue 83 – September 2019
October 1, 2019
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See the latest Ofsted Newsletter below.

The education inspection framework (EIF) is now in place. We have published updated copies of the following handbooks to support inspections under the new framework:

We have also updated the safeguarding guidance for inspectors to accompany the launch of the EIF.

What’s changing at Ofsted in autumn 2019? – A round-up of changes to some of the Ofsted services and GOV.UK pages.

Schools
HMCI commentary: managing behaviour research – Ofsted’s Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman, summarises our findings so far on managing behaviour in schools and our future projects.
Ofsted’s education blog: Prosecution means protection: investigating and prosecuting unregistered schools – Sean Harford, Ofsted’s National Director for Education, talks about our latest unregistered school prosecution and the work of our unregistered schools taskforce.
Presentation: EIF and deep dives – Matthew Purves, Ofsted’s Deputy Director, Schools Policy, gave this presentation on the EIF and deep dives at Herts Assessment’s conference on 23 September 2019.
School inspection update: academic year 2019 to 2020 – Updated the article on using progress 8 data.
Inspecting schools: guidance for parents – Updated to reflect the EIF.
Inspecting schools: guide for maintained and academy schools – Added the leaflet for maintained schools and academies to prepare for an inspection.
Selecting new schools for inspection – This guide gives a summary of how we select new schools to inspect, including free schools and academies.
Risk assessment methodology for maintained schools and academies – The method we use to assess when to inspect maintained schools and academies rated good or outstanding.
Non-association independent schools inspections and outcomes: management information – Published management information as at 31 July 2019.
Using Ofsted’s inspection data summary report (IDSR): early years foundation stage profile to key stage 4 – Updated the details section and added new prototype for primary IDSRs.
State-funded school inspections and outcomes: management information – Published management information as at 31 August 2019.

Social Care
Ofsted’s social care blog: Inspection of local authority children’s services (ILACS) implementation review – how are our children’s services inspections working? – Yvette Stanley, Ofsted’s National Director for Social Care, discusses how our children’s services inspections are working.
ILACS framework: implementation review – This report evaluates the extent to which the ILACS framework has been implemented as intended.
Social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) – Minor updates to all SCCIF handbooks including additional guidance for inspectors in the ‘Listening and talking to children and young people’ sections and updated guidance in the ‘Conduct during inspections’ sections.
Fostering and adoption agency datasets – Published dataset as at 31 March 2019.

Further Education and Skills
Risk assessment methodology for further education and skills providers – The method we use to assess when to inspect further education and skills providers rated good or outstanding.
Further education and skills inspections and outcomes: management information from September 2018 to August 2019 – Added management information as at 31 August 2019.

Early Years and Childcare
Accessibility statement: ‘register as a childminder’ service – This accessibility statement is for our ‘register as a childminder’ digital service.
Consented addresses for childminders and domestic childcare – Updated consented addresses for childminders and domestic childcare as at 31 August 2019.

Careers England Newsletter: 142
July 16, 2019
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DWP Touchbase: Edition 135
July 9, 2019
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This edition of Touchbase includes information on:

•  changes to Universal Credit
•  a Get Your State Pension video
•  supporting parents in conflict
•  Support for Mortgage Interest videos 
•  Childcare choices – 30 hours awareness campaign 

View on line using the link below

http://news.dwp.gov.uk/dwplz/lz.aspx?p1=MJiDUzOTg4NFM1MTA0OjJCMDZBRERFOEY5RjQ3QTVEMDdEMEE4ODE3NzU0RUIx-&CC=&p=0